Acinaces


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A`cin´a`ces


n.1.(Anc. Hist.) A short sword or saber.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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First record of three species namely Gerres filamentosus (Gerres acinaces and Gerres lucidus of Gerreids (Pisces: Perciformes) from the Jaffina, Lagoon, Sri Lanka were discussed by Shutharsan and Sivashanthini, [14].
Gametogenic development and spawning of the razor clam, Zenatia acinaces in northeastern New Zealand.
Food selectivity of an Arabian Peninsula's cyprinid fish, Cyprinion acinaces. J.
Caracalla, the Roman historian Dio Cassius tells us, was probably history's most extreme cat lover: his pet lion Acinaces shared the emperor's table, and even his bed.
corpori Cyri] dare volebat inferias), Yardley writes of Alexander 'wishing to pay funeral honours to the corpse of Cyrus', but inferiae means 'sacrifices to the dead.' At 1.31: Alexander found an acinaces in Cyrus' grave.